by Rudyard Kipling
adapted by Leigh Farrant
A two person show that goes back to the heart of Kipling’s timeless adventure.
This production uses puppets, masks, music and the audience as a cast of hundreds. An inventive physical mad cap dash through the jungle to safety of the village but where does Mowgli’s heart lie?
Fast paced and highly interactive. Like all Splats shows, the audience are part of the action.
Other Splats Shows on tour . . .
“The story that made Christmas what it is today with it’s turkey and trees. Watch us create Scrooge’s journey from the child who thinks no one cares to the true spirit of living, sharing and enjoying. A Christmas Carol is a tale for all time and all faiths.”
“Is this real life or is it just fantasy, caught on an island? Is it Prospero’s reality or such stuff as dreams are made off as he juggles this bizarre mix of fairies, witches, monsters, drunks, buffoons, lovers, nobles and down right scoundrels into his final performance?
“A two person show that goes back to the heart of Kipling’s timeless adventure.
This production uses puppets, masks, music and the audience as a cast of hundreds. An inventive physical mad cap dash through the jungle to safety of the village but where does Mowgli’s heart lie?”
“Old Mother Hubbard’s crew have hit hard times and now run a circus with their last remaining cow. When the cow is traded for some beans it seems all hope is lost. But if those beans really are magic, then who knows what kind of adventure will follow.
Sure to be a fe fi fo fun time.
Fast paced and highly interactive. Like all Splats shows, the audience are part of the action.”
Also see our Play in a day
- Whole School activity
- Suitable for Key Stages 1 and 2
- Teaching materials
- Interactive show or workshops
- Confident, independent & creative learners
Organisation -We can teach up to 4 groups in a day. The pupils perform the show with the splats teacher who acts as the narrator. This helps cement the whole play together and of course provides a cue for the pupils. The Splats director brings props, pieces of costume and music/sound effects.
Performance – The workshops are active, fun and a real challenge for all, created with physical theatre, movement, circus, dance and scripted character acting. As we learn the show and perform it in just one day, pupils are up on stage before they have any time to think about nerves.
Bookings – Please fill in our enquiry form and we will get right back to you. Please do not hesitate to drop us a line to check availability and to talk through your specific needs and aims for the day, we are here to help. ;0)
Please give Mike a ring on 07944 283659 or send us an email to email@example.com
Treasure Island – “All pirate stories start here. A day of adventures on Treasure Island.”by Robert Louis Stephenson
Jungle Book – “The classic tale of friendship as Mowgli discovers what it means to be a human.”by Rudyard Kipling
Wind in the Willows – “Meet Mole, Ratty, Toad and Badger”by Kenneth Grahame
A Christmas Carol – “The story that made Christmas what it is today- a tale for all time and all faiths.”by Charles Dickens
Robin Hood – “Follow Marion, Robin Hood and the band.”by Folk Tale
Macbeth– “One of the great terrifying morality, mystery plays with its witches, warriors and ghosts”adapted by Mike Redwood
Midsummer Night’s Dream– Puck and the fairies causing chaos with their magical mischief on the humans. What fools these mortals be.”adapted by Leigh Farrant
Tempest– “Join Prospero on this mystical island as he magically twist and turns the characters ”adapted by Mike Redwood
Romeo & Juliet– “Explore the action and romance of this most pulsating of plays.”adapted by Leigh Farrant
Hamlet– “A true who dunnit with only a ghost as a witness.”adapted by Paul Jenkins
How to be Hoppy – “Designed as a fun, creative, imaginative extravaganza.”by Stephen Richards
The Health Show – “Exploring how food affects the body, how adverts work and how to make healthy choices.”by Stephen Richards
Team Robot v Meanies – “Looking at issues of bullying. Internet Safety and awareness of how we act online.”by Stephen Richards